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Added KitDLL example to README (copied from Wiki)

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2010-10-08
15:18
Updated LICENSE with KitDLL files copied from KitSH check-in: fb713458b7 user: rkeene tags: trunk
2010-10-07
06:37
Updated Header

Added KitDLL example to README (copied from Wiki) check-in: d9deba817f user: rkeene tags: trunk

2010-10-06
14:47
KitCreator 0.5.2.x check-in: acfbaa597c user: rkeene tags: trunk, 0.5.2
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Modified HEADER from [9cc3c39871] to [9e2c67520c].

     1      1                                   @@UTIL@@ @@VERS@@
     2      2   
     3      3   Release information:
            4  +  home: http://kitcreator.rkeene.org/
     4      5     pkg:  @@UTIL@@ version @@VERS@@
     5      6     url:  http://www.rkeene.org/devel/@@UTIL@@-@@VERS@@.tar.gz
     6      7     date: @@DATE@@
     7      8   --------------------------------------------------------------------------
     8      9   

Modified README from [4cc6a27d05] to [b320dd82ca].

    55     55   	8. Create a Tclkit without Metakit4 support (falls back to Zip for storage):
    56     56   		a. KITCREATOR_PKGS='tk itcl'
    57     57   		b. export KITCREATOR_PKGS
    58     58   		c. ./kitcreator
    59     59   
    60     60   	9. Create a Tclkit with Metakit4 support, but using Zip for storage:
    61     61   		a. $ ./kitcreator --enable-kit-storage=zip
           62  +
           63  +	10. Create a KitDLL without Metakit support (will not create a Tclkit
           64  +	    binary, just the library):
           65  +		a. $ KITCREATOR_PKGS='tk itcl kitdll'
           66  +		b. $ export KITCREATOR_PKGS
           67  +		c. $ ./kitcreator
    62     68   
    63     69   Environment variables:
    64     70   	1. MAKE
    65     71   		Specifies the tool you wish to be called to build targets
    66     72   		from a Makefile.  This script is generally more well tested
    67     73   		with GNU Make.
    68     74